Goldminer wrote:mpc755 wrote:Goldminer wrote:It's not a matter of me not understanding. It is a matter you and who else understands you opinion as undisputed reality??
My comment here was posted in error. Sorry.
You insist that the aether has to have mass to vibrate. It doesn't. If it has mass then it has to have position. In other words, the motion of the aether should be detectable. The motion of the aether is not detectable. Gravity probe B detected nothing. Einsteinians interpret this as "frame dragging." If there is frame dragging then all observations of light from outside Earth's distorted frame should be distorted. They are not. Positions of stars viewed transverse to Earth's motion are aberrated. Others are not.
Watch the following video starting at 0:45 to see a visual representation of the state of the aether. What is referred to as a twist in spacetime is the state of displacement of the aether. What is referred to as frame-dragging is the state of displacement of the aether.
The aether is in the same state, or almost the same state, throughout the Earth's rotation about its axis and orbit of the Sun.
The particulate theory of light explains fewer observations than the wave theory. If light waves were turned into chop, a pinhole camera could not produce a picture. Laser light passing a needle point does produce interference. These observations do not need a pilot wave. The pilot wave has to travel faster than light. Not only that, it has to travel from the detector to the source. Good luck with that.
The pilot wave does not have to travel faster than light nor does it have to travel from the detector to the source. A particle's pilot wave is its associated aether displacement wave.
The Voyager anomaly is about the voyager not being where it is calculated as being. It has to do with the way the latency of the signals to and from the voyager are calculated rather than any slowing of its velocity.
I think you are mistaking the Pioneer anomaly for what Voyager detected. What Voyager detected has nothing to do with its slowing velocity. It has to do with detection of the magnetic field.
'NASA's Voyager Hits New Region at Solar System Edge'
http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2011/de ... yager.html
"Voyager is showing that what is outside is pushing back. ... Like cars piling up at a clogged freeway off-ramp, the increased intensity of the magnetic field shows that inward pressure from interstellar space is compacting it."
What exists in interstellar space and is pushing back and exerting inward pressure toward the solar system is the aether displaced by the solar system.
Hubble didn't find a ghostly ring of dark matter. These folk see what they want to see according to their religion. The ring has better explanations.
'Missing dark matter located - Inter-galactic space is filled with dark matter'
"Galaxies have no definite "edges", the new research concludes. Instead galaxies have long outskirts of dark matter that extend to their nearby galaxies; the inter-galactic space is not empty but filled with dark matter."
It's called aether and it has mass.